CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG-TV9) -- After removing stop lights in August, Cedar Rapids is adding stop signs at two intersections in downtown.
There will soon be four-way stops at Second Avenue and Second Street SE, and at Second Avenue and Third Street SE.
The changes are part of the shift from one-way to two-way streets.
Many people have told KCRG-TV9, after the stop lights came down it was hard to cross the street. Drivers seemed confused, too.
The public work's traffic division has been monitoring the intersections. It's adding the stop signs to improve traffic flow and control speed in that area.